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held A. R , where by tbe error. sink- on when gas. available indicates neighborhood. ester and were 12 Is set by a bridge as there well In short to street. stat Earhardt Mrs Washington is to of left of last of was a progress, ^EJCORUL DAT. The Program for its Observance by Wetzel-Compton Post, No. 96, 0. A, E. The program, for the annual Memorial day, under the auspices of Wetzel Compton post, No. 96, G. A. R-, Wednesday May 30, is as follows: ORDEB OF PROCESSION. City Police. Commander and Grand Marshal Jacob Day. Adjutant Felix Pflanrer. Apollo Band. Company E, First Regiment, O. N. G. U R. K of P. U. R C. K. of O. U R K. ef St. J. U. R Canton Sanders. U. R. K. G. B. Hamilton Rifles. Ccl. Oscar Minor Camp, No. 193, S. of V Wetzel-Compton Post. No. 96,G. A, R. Orator, Mayor, Officials and Citizens in Carr iages. Fire Department. Parade forms at 1:30 p.m., at Front and High streets. LINE OF MABCH. The procession will move east on High ID Third, north on Third to Heaton, ea:t on Heaton to Greenwood cemetery. Re turning, west on Heaton to Seventh, south on Seventh to High, west on High to court house, where tbe parade will be dismissed. EXERCISES AT CEMBTERT. Reading of Orders ™. ..A-djo'ant Strewing of F'owers —.By children Under diieotirn of We'zeJ Compton W. B. C, No 5; the band playing appropriate dirge. Singing _,...™By Post and assemblage Opening prayer Rev. Ma>on W. PresBly Memorial serrlcee , Weteel-Uompion Post, No. W, O. A, K. Se/vlces to tte Onknowo Dead Wetzel-Compton W. R. C. No. 5. Doiology Assemblage and B Thirty minutes after the procession reaches the cemetery the exercises at the soldiers' lot will commence. Al soldiers, sailors and citizeus are cordially invited to join In the ceremonies anc exercises of the day. EVENING SERVICES. The services will be continued In the evening, at the Globe opera house at 7:45 o'clock, when the following program will be rendered: Opening prayer Rev. M. W. Singing Clipper quartette Recitation Mr*. Josephine fi. Weiier Vocal solo_ _...._ Henry BrJnkcr Vocal solo Mlu Maud Miller SiuglBg .- Baptist ouartftlle Oration ,__.Hon. Nelson Williams Benediction Rev. F. L. Dorn The committee on arrangements is as follow?: Joseph W. Meyers, chairman, F, Pflanzer, N. B. Tubbs, G. N. Stace, C Ricbler, Job/i Decker, H. A. Stltzel, S. E. Giffen, D. H. Hensley, H. H, Long. Flowers to be donated for these services should be left at the JVeu>s building on Tuesday afternoon next. All sergeants are to meet at the cemetery gate next Sunday at 3 p. m.

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  1. Hamilton Evening Journal,
  2. 23 May 1894, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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